Director's career comes full circle with new AMC reality show about his comic shop
'Angel' alum Amy Acker plays the Monster of the Week
"Grimm" has surprised me a bit by still being on NBC's schedule this late in the season. It's not that I hated the show (as you can see in my initial review), but simply that it didn't seem remarkable enough to survive on Friday nights, on NBC, opposite a couple of pre-established sci-fi/fantasy shows in "Fringe" and "Supernatural." But it actually opened to pretty good numbers (especially by NBC standards), and while the ratings have dipped since the premiere, it still handily beats the other two genre shows each week.
On Valentine's Day, Liz and Criss go to Ikea, Jack and Avery's mother bond and Pete helps Jenna
After peaceful first half, season two will close with things 'at a full boil' on the farm
Even without scripts, this is one of the quickest, funniest casts on television
Another week has gone by without any news of when or where "Community" will return to NBC's schedule, which means it's time once again for an example of why I miss this show so much and would like it back on the air, ASAP.
For the first time in this series, I'm not going with a clip from the show itself. Instead, I'm embedding the full interview I did with Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown and Jim Rash at Comic-Con last summer. It's nearly 20 minutes long — in other words, practically as long as a "Community" episode itself — and among the more satisfying, entertaining experiences of my professional life.
Also, it mentions furries.
Reviews of all four ABC Wednesday comedies
It's morning round-up time, with quick reviews of all four of ABC's Wednesday night comedies, going in chronological order — "The Middle," then "Suburgatory," "Modern Family" and "Happy Endings" — coming up just as soon as as I explain the reverse Andre the Giant to you...
Jess, Nick and Schmidt all struggle to read signals in an uncomfortable episode
In the series' 200th episode, Gibbs gets to explore paths untaken
I don't write about "NCIS" all that often because, as entertaining as it is, it doesn't particularly lend itself to episode-by-episode analysis. But I thought the occasion of its 200th episode last night merited attention, and I have a few thoughts on "Life Before His Eyes" coming up just as soon as we combine our snooping...
Amber gets a promotion, Dr. Joe finds a house and Zoe makes a change
Back-to-back episodes give a strong sense of what the horror series is about